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    Astronomers Discover 13.1 Billion Year Old Galaxy


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    Re: Astronomers Discover 13.1 Billion Year Old Galaxy

    Were they able to tell that because it's asteroid belt was pulled up so high?



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    Re: Astronomers Discover 13.1 Billion Year Old Galaxy

    Quote Originally Posted by tim_redd View Post
    Were they able to tell that because it's asteroid belt was pulled up so high?

    Hah!! Funny stuff!!!!!



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    Re: Astronomers Discover 13.1 Billion Year Old Galaxy

    Quote Originally Posted by tim_redd View Post
    Were they able to tell that because it's asteroid belt was pulled up so high?

    Nice Futurama reference. I will add "Teddy Bear Junction, the worst scum hole in the galaxy."


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    Re: Astronomers Discover 13.1 Billion Year Old Galaxy

    What? The Universe used to be only 5 billion years old.


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    Re: Astronomers Discover 13.1 Billion Year Old Galaxy

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    What? The Universe used to be only 5 billion years old.
    And before that Earth was flat. Gotta watch out for those edges.


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